Q&A: Quarterback Competitions; Best Video Games

Quarterback competitions dominate springtime around college football. Though few quarterback competitions are decided until August — at least publicly — these are the stories that most intrigue fans and media during these 15-practice allotments. This week’s CFB Huddle Q&A fittingly opens with a question on quarterback competitions. Let’s get to it — but first, mandatory […]


Cobra, Von Miller and Other SEC Legends

Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller’s Super Bowl 50 MVP is now to college football what 1986 train-wreck Cobra is to cinema. The dreadful Sylvester Stallone actioneer was loosely based off a novel by Paula Gosling entitled Fair Game. Upon Cobra‘s release, Warner Books wanted the book rereleased to capitalize on the film’s box office success. […]


Aug. 24 News: Big Gain and A Big Loss for Tennessee Vols

Good news came with bad news for Butch Jones’ Tennessee Vols over the weekend. The good news: Tennessee picked up a commitment from Hunter Johnson, a 5-star quarterback in the 2017 recruiting class. The Brownsburg, Indiana, product told’s Derek Tyson: “Tennessee was my first offer,” Johnson said. “I’ve always believed in them from the […]


TBT: Breaking Up With The SEC

Of the SEC’s 14 current universities, 10 were charter members in 1932. Alabama, Auburn, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee and Vanderbilt had help launching the Southeastern Conference from Georgia Tech, Sewanee: The University of the South and Tulane. Tulane was the last of the charter members to leave the SEC, parting […]

College Football News for Tuesday, May 6

The spring football season is complete, which means almost four months of a whole lot of nothing in college football news for the coming weeks as far as new developments are concerned. Now, we enter preview season. is filling the football-less void with its post-spring Top 25. But first, Mark Schlabach discusses a few […]